Exotic Cuisine, Oriental Cuisine, Vegan Cuisine, Vegetarian Cuisine

Thai Style -Tom Yam noodles

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When it comes to Thai cuisine, we think sweet, sour, spicy!

A waft of the hot spicy smell is enough to make mouths water.

This time Jamie has introduced to us a classic Thai cuisine, Tom Yam noodles

Let our taste buds have a clash encounter with this rich, exotic Thai dish.

Into the kitchen we go!

Ingredients:

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2-3T Tai style Tom Yam sauce (can adjust amount)

1 shredded Carrot

3 packs Oodon noodles

300g shredded Cabbage

2 T Vegetarian oyster sauce

Freshly squeezed lemon juice, a little.

150g diced vegetarian ham (may adjust amount)

Hot water, enough for 3 bowls of noodles

Method

  1. Fry the vegetarian ham until golden, then add carrots.
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  2. When the carrots have softened slightly, add in the Tom Yam and oyster sauce, fry.
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  3. Then add the cabbage and fry briefly, then add the Oodon noodles and water.
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  4. Can cook at high heat because we are cooking soup noodles, add salt.
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  5. We did not boil the Oodon noodles in advance, instead we let it soak up the tom yum soup,
  6. If the tom yum taste is not strong enough, adjust taste to suit preference.
  7. After the noodles have cooked thoroughly, squeeze some lemon juice on top, and we have the classic our Tom Yum Noodles,So spicy, so sour, so South-Eastern!

Dig in!

Tips:

  1. If you prefer fried noodles instead, just don’t add the water
  2. Would like it more Thai? Corriander is your answer!

 

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